In practicing transformational awareness, working with this certain adolescent, I have witnessed the unfolding wonderment taking place within his inner-self when he is guided to be who he is instead of being dictated who he is supposed to be.  The social conditioning expectations of the norm are replaced with the respect, discipline and structure needed for a humans to explore and experience their unique humanity from birth, childhood, adolescence and until the young human is let go with a sense of independence and interdependence. The summarized reference shared below of an interaction with the adolescent undergoing this process was directed to the parents, not to the young man.

The work has been going on for about eighteen months after he asked for help, feeling he had become addicted to playing video games, it seems a long time but compared to many years of emotional upheavals and traumatic ups and downs, the time frame of the awareness work becomes irrelevant, the idea is for the process to become an ongoing permanent way of life. What is highly relevant, the changes in the adolescent’s demeanor, attitude and satisfaction to be learning about his humanity from within, from his own awareness; the interaction’s reference as follows:

 “Even though he is maintaining a balance within all his young life requires and demands, there is the concern about the extent of time he spends playing video games. This concern is valid not just from a parental perspective but in general. The young man has basic innate principles that have become more salient when he was allowed to be himself and guided based on his temperament, character and personality. The time he spends playing video games or specifically a video game about zombies is a reflection of what he likes to do. He is not quite aware of his principles but when allowed they run his life and these principles are reflected on what he does, including, playing video games. From his perspective the video game he has chosen expands his cognitive ability beyond the limitations of his current environment and possibilities.

These principles are just beginning to flourish; it does not mean typical challenges will disappear, but for the most part his challenges would be part of his innate philosophy of life and not a waste of energy about mundane issues. When the innate principles and philosophy of life are allowed at such young age with emotional and psychological guidance based on self-awareness, the mundane becomes secondary and do not develop into problems or issues. He needs to continue developing his sense of awareness to center his inner-self and live his own philosophy of life maintaining equilibrium. This process is very new to him. Through this game about Zombies he expands his feelings, sensations and thoughts to have a purpose, even though he sees that the ultimate outcome is to kill zombies, he recognizes the purpose can be different. This will reflect in his adulthood where he will develop a more sane and effective purpose that has nothing to do with killing zombies.

He abides by the rules and based on the rules creates different strategies to enhance his options within the game, acknowledges, this is sort of hacking but it is also creativity, isn’t it? He feels responsibility to do his best, his highest effort is ignited without external pressure; just his inner desire, in the meantime he is experiencing feelings of intellectual and emotional satisfaction of accomplishment.  His dedication can be timeless, while he is strategizing and structuring different performances and outcomes, hours go by. His attention is pulled away by the mundane, having breakfast, lunch, dinner and socializing here and there. He provided examples of his face to face socialization but he is also highly sociable in contemporary ways, such as on line. As mentioned before he is playing with international partners as part of a team, he is very proud of his ability to interact – through this game that requires a highly analytical and creative mind as well as maturity to do well – with all ages and nationalities, from 14 to 26 from all over the world.

Through this game that is highly complex, he conveys dedication and perseverance, this influences the time frame involved but at the same time he loves the freedom he has to do it. The desire to have successful outcomes and competing is there as well. He also has the advantage of cultivating team work. Combining these principles with the normative tendency of what success and competition are about, he just might feel a success within his own self, enhancing his self-esteem, the actual outcome within the norm would be secondary. His sense of inner satisfaction would prevail regardless of the external results, he would even learn from what society would categorize as failure or losing if that is the case. This will be determined by the degree in which he maintains and continues developing his awareness.

As all humans he has negatives and positives, in the past due to an unbalanced upbringing he reflected negative and reactive behaviors. In addition the pressures from the expectations for him to be a normative masculine go-getter adolescent made his inner turmoil and emotions more reactive. His internal unhappiness was high, his good nature and essence were threaten by external expectations that even though he forced himself to satisfy and in some instances did very well, he needed activities he enjoyed to escape what he had to do to satisfy the external expectations. His life was nothing but ups and downs and through this process he became addicted to his escape and in many instances not the act of suicide but the idea was entertained in his pressured mind.

 His current situation is fairly new, he is not escaping, he loves what he is doing, feels happy about his life and most definitely he needs support and guidance, which you as parents are doing your best to provide. You must take in consideration that being spoiled in the past will manifest in some degree through his behavior, such as procrastination, some manipulative tendencies and so on and so forth but his awareness will continue to minimize these imbalances that were the norm not too long ago. You are interacting extremely well with him. I must remind you the best way to eliminate any comments that will appear as “cuts” or “put downs,” even if they are based on facts, ASK…DO YOUR BEST NOT TO PROCLAIM, so your individual and parental ego feels in charge…this is an unconscious residual…let go of your ego for the sake of your son and ASK.

For instance, in the past he has procrastinated completing school work on line, if he chooses to do an assignment on line, ideally, you will not say, “well, with your past history…” this is a cut that is feeding precisely what you would like for him to change, but the underlining of this, is a negative, bad habit of parents, isn’t it? If you ask: Do you think that it would work for you, how has working on line worked for you in the past? You see, the DIFFERENCE. By this question you are not stating, even though it is a fact, you are not reminding and feeding the bad habit, you are asking if he is been working on it, you are inviting him, motivating him to do better without being the lecturing, and “I got you” parent. If you remind him negatively of his past procrastination, what is the benefit for you as a parent, you win, and he loses? Explain this to yourself.

On a very important aspect, to this date, the negative upbringing, being spoiled and pressured into being what he was supposed to be based on your own conditioning of the past, has not motivate him to do drugs, or to become a sexual predator; however, he masturbates and watches porn, not under direct supervision but he does not hide it either. He has the awareness of the risks involved with porn, more likely he will manage it when adult as his nature is not to watch porn. Overall, he is a very well-mannered young man, intelligent, great left brain and through awareness is learning to combine it with his right brain. This is an ideal balance.

Think of a tennis pro, a swimmer that competes at the Olympics, think of anyone that really enjoys the work they do, I could say think of yourself, hello, don’t you like your work, haven’t you been categorized as a workaholic in the past? When one likes an activity and is allowed to do it, well, it tends to become the main motivator in one’s life. Eventually, through his awareness he will be able to integrate his passion with other responsibilities to build a foundation to continue throughout his life to do what he likes to do. Computers and video games will be his life work. Isn’t that the ultimate dream to make a living doing exactly what you like to do instead of having a job?

He is willing to continue working in his awareness and analyzing what is working and what needs work. There is the bit coin and now the pyramid investment, mundane challenges that will attempt to interfere with his own path, but it is part of his human experience. He is being influenced by the normative symbol of correlating money with success. These interruptions are pure norm, he wants to make money, didn’t we all at one time or another. Now, we know money is just a tool within the abundance the universe provides for all of us if we wake the hell up. He had become rebellious because as parents, unfortunately this is the social disgrace in the norm; he was forced to be what he was not. He was treated like he was not there, beginning with the gender issues. The instance you understood he needed guidance and support, not social patterns imprisonment, he stopped the rebellious behavior.”   

The blessing in this educational process is that the father have been doing awareness work for about four years, and the mother although had strong resistance to the work, she has joined her family and is part of the evolvement, as is the daughter. Each of the family members have their own understanding but to some extent correlates with the idea that we are all perfect eternal beings, we are learning precisely this fact through the awareness of our human experience; our equilibrium depends on the connection with this perfection, to create this centering we have free will to raise above the human imperfections, own them and balance them out. “Our spiritual perfection is to be aware of our human imperfections,” how about that?

All suffering, struggles, imbalances, pains, traumas, dramas are choices from the limited mind we make within our unconsciousness and the gap we create between negative and positive, when we do not have the awareness of the duality in which we experience humanity, we miss our purpose to acknowledge our true essence. By developing a sense of awareness, we are able to create a balance within the duality moment by moment. Through awareness we discover that we are not our mind or thoughts, we are the awareness that we think; therefore, we decide what we think, feel, how we respond and behave.

 If we convey this concept to children by example and through guidance and support of what they brought to this world innately, children will learn acceptance and respect for themselves and others. The traumas and absurd ups and downs will cease, just challenges inherent to humanity would remain. The nonsense of appearances and social boxes would be dismissed. Adolescence would be challenging but a time to explore and experience what is needed from within and without oneself.


The unfortunate illusion that we are our body and mind places all of us in a box where we deny our essence, and condemned ourselves to a limited existence without knowing it. The limitations of the box we are condemned to, it is an analogy for the social conditioning we all undergo. The social conditioning itself does not condemn us to a limited existence, when we think we are the social conditioning is when we are limited; we lose our purpose and we become a thinking, doing machine, but we do not know why we are thinking or why we are doing. One day, from so much thinking and doing we feel so empty within ourselves and we do not understand why.

We might become ill, and we feel like victims or we become angry. Through the social conditioning we become part of the madness of this world. The emotional balance that is within us because we are spiritual beings is dismissed by our physicality and the pretense of the norm takes over. We deny our spirit through disconnecting from it and we begin the illusion of the social programming. The madness begins.

Fortunately when this illusion is discovered, it becomes the opportunity to experience a rebirth and get out of the box. We experience the rebirth of our true self and regain the power to be who we really are.  The purpose of this short narrative is to provide the information, for anyone to begin the reconnection process or reinforce if it already begun. So you can find the key to your emotional balance. For me it was like a rebirth, it can be the same for you or through your own interpretation and integration of all you are.  As soon as you discover who you are, have been, and always will be, your life purpose will unfold before you. The madness ends. The joy begins.


The KeyFor all of us there is the tendency to believe that we are our body and mind, although all of us have some kind of a feeling that we have to be more. Life can be so busy and while we are young concentrating in our minds and bodies take so much time that we do not make the effort to discover that in fact we are more than our bodies and minds. The purpose of this article is to provide the information, and perhaps ignite the desire for you to search for that feeling that you always had if you are not already doing it. For me it was like finding a key to open the door to the answers to all the questions I ever had. Conscious awakening is when you make up your mind to search for that feeling you always had and realize that you can be enlightened every minute that you choose to and feel the inner peace that has always been there.

The social conditioning which is neither good nor bad also is a deterrent to search for what is beyond our minds and bodies. For many aspects of our lives we need social conditioning but knowing that it is social conditioning makes a difference, when we think we are the social conditioning it becomes a hindrance to expand our minds into the feelings of our spirit, the energy that we are. We all go through this period but sooner or later when the social conditioning reveals itself we develop the need for something else and we begin our search. The search is to realize that our life’s purpose is not about doing but being. Being the spirit, energy that we are and unfolding our human experience as we realize our true essence. Then we learned that enlightenment is not something we obtain by doing but by feeling our essence in the now. We can be enlightened every moment if we relate to the feeling within ourselves.

Some of us do not fit into the social conditioning and sometimes not understanding it becomes a problem to live in it because we had not discover anything else yet; here is when some of us feel so unhappy, develop addictions, and other difficulties but sooner or later there is that light that shines and makes us see that it is okay if we do not fit the norm. Probably at the end no one really fits the norm but we have different ways to live in it. The reality is that whether we think we fit in the norm or not, the search for that feeling will appear no matter what. The tendency to wake up from the illusion of the norm will emerge and it will depend on us if at that time we begin our search and if we do becomes an ongoing journey that happens in the now. We learned that enlightenment is a feeling not a thought.

In those moments that you feel your true nature, your spirit, the energy that you are and feel enlightened because you are, at the same time you feel your connection to other humans, the universe and the entire cosmos. We can choose a conscious awakening and find the key to the door to the questions we felt but were not ready to answer. Some times in the midst of our illnesses or addictions we wake up and realize that we are not the social conditioning, we are part of the cosmos. You and I are cosmic energy, we can transform but we cannot be created or destroyed. We simply are. As cosmic energy we can join and enter other fields, when our spirit enters the physical body, it gives our body life but the physical field is form that is initiated and terminated, the spirit is eternal.  Once reunited the physical energies constitutes the lower realm and beyond the body is our higher energy. We can say that below the heart resonates with earthy matters and above the heart with divine matters.

When we become aware of our physical and divine energy, we understand the balance we must create by living in the moment.  At first to create this balance moment by moment appears so difficult, but as individuals make up their mind to do it, the first tool that is available is to develop the awareness of what we are. Our breath is essential in staying alert and maintaining our awareness in the present and all there is in our existence. It is like we are giants interconnected with the universe and we have a tendency to concentrate in the tiny creature that our body composes. We can learn to stay aware by doing balancing exercises with our breath. Our breath is the most practical tool to become aware that we are the universe, we are cosmic beings, we are divine energy, whatever we like to call it; we are much more than our body and mind.


Why is this beautiful lady showing so much flesh and cleavage, and why is this handsome gentleman wearing a bow tie, shirt, vest and a jacket? Is she conveying physical freedom and he physical suppression? It seems as she had dressed for summer time and he dressed for the winter. However, they are together, so logically they are experiencing the same season. We can say, well, this is the way it is. She is wearing what is customary for female formal attire and so is he for the male version. Is there any connotation about this normative and customary attire? The gentleman appears distinguish and elegant, the lady appears simply elegant but promoting her flesh by showing the most she can without appearing beyond the norm, although we have seen much more flesh revealed in other formal wear or simply female attire. Why is this?

The norm is so powerful but its foundation is not really to our benefit, is it? What is the reason to wear an object that restraints your neck and a long sleeve shirt, vest and a jacket at any time and why women wear just the opposite, apparently, no restraints? Whenever I bring up this matter, most people are at awe and do not know or don’t care. It is widely and worldly accepted. It could be said that so what, but this attire is not natural to humans; this attire is a social construct with deep rooted reasoning and controlling mechanisms.  Simply defined, the point is men are in charge and women are sexual objects. We all know it consciously but it is so ingrained in our subconscious we ignore the depth of it and we collectively perpetuate the absurd social construct.

With all the progress men and women have made in the last one hundred years in developing gender equality, this formal attire remains a tremendous symbol of male dominance and female submission. Of course, there are twists to the basic construct. Some women turn the submission connotation into a powerful tool to dominate men based on their sexuality and dominate them for their own purpose; even though when men are converted into sexual puppets still appear in power publically. This happens in all levels in the social and political public arena as well as in an ordinary home.

This is just one example of all the twists and unbalanced consequences derived from such accepted normative attire. The sexual objectification of women still prevails so deeply, but we ignore it collectively. Most women are totally enfolded at an unconscious level being sexual objects, which has nothing to do with their sexuality or equality. It is a powerful social construct, just take a look at any formal affair, women are not just depicting their sexual objectification but are decorative ornaments and men remain thinking that they are in control by continuing to appear constrained, restrained and respectful. All of us remain somewhat brain washed with bias and controlling mechanisms that perpetuate the human chaos in which we live.

There is no denial about how much we have evolved from many of the social constructs, take a look, the couple in formal attire represents and interracial union and there are many others that we have evolved out of collectively but my point is just to be aware that some basic constructs remain and they are not conducive of a healthy life style. Based on these remaining constructs when men become older either still feeling dominant and powerful or with no one to dominate and no power develop some type of illness, and when women pass a certain age their submission and/or sexual objectification is done develop some type of illness as well, as a minimum undergo a period of depression.

The key to release the remaining social construct is awareness, being conscious of the constructs allows one to make decisions, when we are unconscious and have no personal empowerment we are destroying ourselves gradually but surely. Without awareness we cannot balance our own inner nature to place the social constructs where they need to be. Ideally, we can use the normative constructs to our benefit and balance them out, knowing that we are the awareness that manages the constructs and not the other way around.


It is another holiday, this one in particular celebrates motherhood, whether we like our mothers or not, today we pretend we do. If she was a good, bad or mediocre mom, today, it makes no difference. All is put aside and mothers are praised as wonderful human beings. This is what we do; this is the heart of the chaotic and dysfunctional society in which we live. For the most part, it is not realized, placing reality aside and celebrate through the physical senses, it is so short term. At times it does not even last the entire day, because many celebrations end up in an argument and the loving day is over before it gets dark, although this would be the bridge to go back to the normal distanced relationship the following day.

Mothers, whom never stop being mothers, cannot be treated as wonderful human beings. To begin with, based in the romantic social conditioning about motherhood, no woman understands the reality of becoming a mother until they become one. As we all know, motherhood for little girls is depicted as a loving, idealistic part of womanhood. They play with dolls, they play family and they always live happily ever after. When reality hits in, there is post-partum depression, no sleep, and fear takes over. They had no idea of the reality of motherhood. Fear translates into anger and it results in quite a few irrational and angry mothers. It is totally understood but ignoring it does not help anyone, on the contrary the outcome is quite a few angry children. Mother’s day should be about the realization of the duality involved in motherhood, all mothers one way or another have gone to hell and back, some stay in hell. They never learn any better.

In my experience and I have worked with a lot mothers, the ones that cease believing the motherhood  mythology, are the ones that acknowledge the reality of having children and how clueless they were. They recognize the consequences of being completely ignorant about the physical, mental and emotional strength needed to be just a human mother able to balance herself and provide the same for the children. Usually, this is not done during the growing up years, doing it when children are adults it is better than not doing it at all.

There is no reality school for mothers – or fathers for that matter. Motherhood becomes a series of emotional ups and downs, where women wish they could do their best to provide what their children need, but there is no real centered foundation, all there is, what they experienced as children themselves, one way or another they repeat their own upbringing, even when they do the opposite, they still reacting in bringing up their children through the same social conditioning patterns. The imbalance is perpetuated and the angry relationship stays throughout adulthood, because mothers continue to be and do what they had no clue how to do from the beginning.

I am fortunate because my mother has been one of those having recognized how clueless she was throughout all the years of her role as a mother. She did the opposite as her mother, but she just went to the other extreme. The imbalance was there just as it was for everyone else. In my case, the circumstances of coming to this world were highly traumatic at no fault of my mother, but she gave birth and there I was. Two years later, my brother arrived, she did her best through the struggles and lack of knowledge, she did her best but made a lot mistakes in our upbringing, father was no help, although a good provider. Then, when I was 11, another brother, more socially organized but the arrival was just as chaotic, twins, one died. When I was 15, there was another brother, the accident child.

I was sort of a visionary son, I had a sense of awareness early in life that backfired in society, I was aware of how people wore egoic masks and all negative was suppressed or hidden and since this would take place, the positive was exaggerated and made up; therefore, false. I managed to get along with my mother and even though she had unrealistic expectations, I was able to be there for her and in her imbalanced manner she was there for me. In one end, I could say my life was great, though one sided, not real, the other side was hell, the one that we learn to suppress, so we can pretend that we are the social conditioning. I believe within the fire of my hell, there was a light, and at 17 left my native country, mother was against it.

Prior to leaving Peru, I was the pseudo psychologist for my mother and all my female relatives; the men thought psychology was for women or crazy people. Twenty some years later I went back and recaptured the relationship with my mother, she began the process of clearing out the mythology of being a mother and a woman as well as the psychological chains ingrained in her mind by the normative social conditioning. It has been a long road and it is an ongoing process but she has become a human being so we treat each other as such, acceptance, respect and independence is our foundation; if this is not love what is?

I am blessed, we have a balanced relationship in the now with no expectations. I do not have to take her out to eat today and experience all the frenzy about a celebration that most offspring would do with good intentions but they are just going through the motions, neither good, nor bad. It is highly common that mothers are not known as humans by their sons and daughters. They are seen just as mothers, so the ups and downs never cease. It has changed in recent years to some extent but many women did not know what they are unless they were mothers. This is not a healthy status, as it can be seen all around. Being human beings has been the purpose of the female psyche evolvement.

This is my experience and I share what I have seen in other families as I do psychological work with them. Motherhood needs to be redefined realistically, to date one way or other mothers are at the core of all psychological issues. No blame, just a matter of fact. By the way, I recommend watching the series Bates Motel, there is a smothering possessive mother for you.


It has been said that competition is tough in today’s job market. Why is that some people are affected and others not? Some individuals manage to stay in the midst of whatever is going on and do well; some even enhance their positions in the so called tough market. For these individuals, competition is secondary, what is highly relevant is their attitude, self-concept and how they perceive any situation they experience. These individuals at some point in their lives transformed themselves into believing no matter what they will be able to stay on the upswing of things. This translates into the ability to accept what appears to be negative or positive into a centered perception to make the most beneficial choice.

We know from experience that complaining, blaming, not taking responsibility among others do not pay off, but we know this if we have been somehow transformed into being aware of it, if not we feel like victims. If we do not have a job, it is everybody else’s fault. We do not have a clue that it is our responsibility. With awareness, even not having a job can be a blessing in disguise, but for this we must have self-awareness. The job market as well as competition becomes irrelevant when we become aware and take responsibility for our lives in every way. Unfortunately, most people out there place expectations outside themselves and hope for the best, when in fact instead of hope we should have trust in ourselves and “do” our best.

The ability to be aware and accept the duality in which we live is the transformation that allows us to make a decision that ignites wellness all around. This process is the purpose of Transformational Awareness, TrA. This purpose is to develop self-awareness, mental and physical alertness to be able to manage and balance one’s thoughts, emotions, feelings and behaviors. During this process individuals recognize their psychological make-up and blockages caused by hidden fears and over all negative self-belief and misconceptions. Self-awareness is elemental as a way to compete in today’s market. It allows individuals to enhance their communication and interviewing skills and leadership development.

TrA begins recognizing that our mind is an instrument of our awareness; therefore, we manage our thoughts and not the other way around. Once we sense awareness of what we are, self-acceptance unfolds as well. Through self-acceptance, we accept what we categorize negative and positive about us. Once we accept all there is about us, we can assess changes that are desired. Knowledge follows-up acceptance, if we want to make changes, we must learn and develop understandings how to do it. Knowledge allows us to open and understand what blocks our flow so we can balance the duality in which we live. For the most part we have been pretending that we are positive individuals and denying the negative, which does not allow us to be balanced and have the life we want.

By accepting and having the knowledge we can develop the necessary tools and activities to dissolve these blockages and be able to manage and balance our thoughts. In the process of developing self-awareness, acceptance, knowledge and applying new tools, developing new habits and attitudes, we learn how to communicate effectively. We will realize the importance of listening. Active listening is a major tool to enhance once communication. As our ability to active listening increases, our communication and interviewing skills strengthen and we become more confident. Enhancing our ability to communicate and interviewing will make us better leaders, where instead of utilizing people for our agenda, we share a common cause and we assure the development of those who we lead.

Communication and interviewing skills are essential for the job market. Imagine yourself applying for a position or for advancement in complete balance, not focus on the outcome but the actual experience, trusting that you have done your best up to the point of your interview. You have prepared yourself accordingly and assessed facts to solidify your confidence and ability to communicate, you verbalized your answers and listen to your interviewer actively, you aware and in the moment, you are doing your best. Since you are in the moment and aware your presence and matter of fact demeanor conveys you leadership qualities and at the same time highly respectful of your interviewer. The outcome was not relevant.

 Through this process your chances of receiving the position or the advancement have been increased up to 90% instead of the 50/50 most people talk about, where luck and chances are taking into consideration. The 10%, not receiving the opportunity, can be transformed into 100% learning experience.  In reality most people are so unaware and focused into the outcome that whether they are given the opportunity or not, they stay out of balance, if they outcome is negative what a downer and if it is a positive what an upper. Staying in balance and in the present time is the key to awareness.

Transforming yourself to become self-aware is a win-win situation, in which all is beneficial. Actual competition is deterred and self-confidence takes place; we become empower to do our best without focusing on the outcome.


The concept of being positive has been around for a long, long time. Hasn’t it? Haven’t you thought at any time, if this concept has been around for so long, why negativity is so prevalent? You are aware that the world is much more negative than positive and the positive only keep us from drowning but we really never collectively reach the point of what positive thinking and being positive is all about. Do we?

What if you understood that there is a very obvious reason that negativity exists. If you really contemplate the subject, you really are aware of why; however, because you have learned to be unaware you tend to ignore it, avoid it and suppress it. There is negativity within you? I trust you recognize at some level even if your negativity stays deeply suppressed that there is negativity within you. Even though we learned to be unaware of our own negativity and to suppress it, at some level we know our negative traits. Of course most of us do not recognize the negativity within us; most definitely we have a very difficult time accepting and acknowledging any negative traits. Do you agree? There is nothing wrong or right with avoiding our negative traits, there are only consequences.

This is an individual fact as well as a collective one. We concentrate so much on being positive that I think many times when it bites us in the butt we do not see it because we resist the negativity that just exploded and kicked us in the behind. We quickly deny it, ignore it, suppress it, oppress it, whatever it takes to put a lid on it and go back to being positive until the next time that so much positivism bites us again because the negativity is there growing and getting bigger for the next kick in the behind.

Even when you are bitten in the behind from being positive, you do not see it, you do not face up to it and you just justify it and move on to the next positive quest. If positive rules why there is so much negativity in the world at large in the world around us. The negativity is so clear, yet, we deny it. Let me say, denying is not positive at all. We are not aware that we are denying it; we are too positive to realize it. In reviewing this concept, if so many people have been influenced by the positivism fever of the last thirty (30) years, why is that negativity prevails? And what is worse, the roots of negativity are promoted and celebrated every day in our faces.

If this does not make sense to you, you must stop reading and eagerly go back to being positive and just wait until your positive energy takes another bite because you ignore the negative within you. The world, whether we like it or not is a reflection of ourselves and the other way around, well maybe we do not personally kill anyone but we support others that do kill. We make specifics when is cool to kill and when is not. This is neither good nor bad, it is just what it is, a fact.  You see, if we were positive for real we could not kill period, we cannot kill for loving our country; we have to kill because we hate others. Wars are facts, are they positive?

What about when you personally fall in love and then your fall out of it, and the person you thought at one time was the best person you have met, and that you loved immensely, you ended up feeling hate for the same person. What is this falling in and out of love business? How is it possible to love and then not love the same person? For some of you just pointing out the obvious is negative. If we are so positive, where do fear, depression, anger, judgment and selfishness come from? Aren’t these negative attitudes and personality traits that we all have and execute at one time or another, actually for some people these negative feelings are a way of life, but of course enfolded in some kind of benevolent reasoning.  If you are interested in balancing out your negatives and positives go to transformational-awarenes.com

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